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Category Archives: communication

August 14, 2014

No matter what the topic at hand is, if you’re a student, one of the greatest challenges is staying interested and focused on the subject matter. If you’re a student working to learn English as a second language, you have an incredible challenge ahead of you. Not only do you have to study, study, study, […]

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July 31, 2014

When learning English, you may be under the impression that you have to speak perfectly to survive in the U.S., U.K., or other countries where the language is native. Think again. Consider just a few movie stars whose first language is not English. Many famous actors and musicians gained international success because of their ability […]

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June 17, 2014

As anyone who studies a second language knows, half the battle is finding ways to make studying enjoyable so that you can incorporate it into your everyday life. One idea every language student should consider is listening to podcasts. These audio broadcasts cover nearly every topic imaginable and give you the chance to practice English […]

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May 27, 2014

There are so many aspects of really learning a second language, including important areas like vocabulary building, comprehension, writing skills, and lots more. If you’re learning English, pronunciation is surely one of the things you’re concerned about. It’s true that practice makes perfect, but many students are looking for fun and unique ways to work […]

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May 19, 2014

If you come to the United States to learn English, you’ll quickly notice that not everyone who speaks the language sounds the same. Even though it’s the first language for many residents, there are many unique accents that different areas of the country are known for. Sometimes, the pronunciation of words and use of particular […]

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November 29, 2013

In order to fully learn English you will need to learn more than how to read, write, and speak the language. In fact, there’s a whole other element to learning a foreign language that is directly related to the culture of the country where it is spoken, and that is body language.   Remember, gestures […]

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